WILSON LAW FIRM is an experienced estate planning and litigation law firm.
We take the mystery and legalese out of the estate planning process by explaining the options available using plain English and recommending the options we believe would be best for you and your family based upon your specific circumstances and our years of experience. We also have expertise in the areas of probate and trust administration and litigation, representing fiduciaries serving as personal representatives or trustees, and representing fiduciaries and beneficiaries in contested matters. Planning for disability and death should be top priorities in your life and your family will be thankful that you thought enough of them to put your personal and legal affairs in order.
The first and most important step in estate planning is to find a qualified estate planning attorney. This is absolutely one place in your life where you should not go it alone or utilize a document preparation service or non lawyer. In other words, this is no time for self help or cutting corners—this is the one thing in your life that needs to be done right! Protect what you have spent your entire life working for and those that you love by carefully and professionally planning your estate. Careful planning now will save your loved ones time, money, frustration and can prevent family discord or even contested court proceedings.
Our attorneys, Alan W. Wilson and Mark A. Wilson, have nearly 50 years of combined experience in the following areas of law: Estate Planning (Wills, Revocable Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Power of Attorneys, Living Wills, etc.); Probate and Estate Litigation; Trust Administration; Trust Litigation; Probate Administration; Guardianships; Conservatorships; Real Estate; Corporate Entity Formation and Business Transactions.
Our lawyers serve clients throughout the entire state of Arizona, and we are able to assist you with cases in the following counties: Maricopa County, Pinal County, Pima County, Yuma County, Yavapai County, La Paz County, Mohave County, Coconino County, Gila County, Santa Cruz County, Graham County, Cochise County, Greenlee County, Navajo County and Apache County.
We also represent many clients from out of state in probate and trust administration matters, as well as in contested trust and estate matters including litigation. We represent trustees, personal representatives (also known as executors in other states), beneficiaries, guardians and conservators, omitted spouses or children, creditors and other interested parties in such matters.